Many initiatives that companies fund in our current business environment fall under the broad heading of digital transformation. They are large, well-defined projects, but they actually take the form of ongoing agile journeys in which organizations implement and learn to use new technologies and then add more technology. As companies abandon the old waterfall project management structures and adopt agile journeys, they find that they need a continuous supply of advice, ideas, best practices, benchmarks and experience from outside their own ranks. Unfortunately, a lot of advice is not helpful and causes companies to lose money. Let’s look at the remedy for obtaining effective advice and how to consume it.